Our team is passionate about amplifying diverse voices across industries.
Girls Write Now is the first writing and mentoring organization for girls and gender-expansive youth. We are a passionate and multi-generational community with a 25-year track record of success.
These positions—all rooted in writing, mentoring, equity and wellness—will lead Girls Write Now through an exciting period of growth as we build a powerhouse of unheard voices across industries.
All positions are full-time with a competitive salary and benefits package. Please note all staff are currently remote. Once safety allows, we will resume in-person programming, and staff will be required to be located in New York City.
Girls Write Now strives to have a diverse, equitable, and inclusive team. We encourage candidates from diverse and/or historically underrepresented backgrounds to apply for any of our opportunities/open positions. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or any other legally protected status.
- Do you have at minimum a college degree?
- Are you a consummate, detail-oriented systems-person?
- Are you an excellent writer who loves and appreciates literature?
- Are you digital media savvy—both multimedia and social media?
- Do you want to be part of shaping program development?
- Do you thrive in a fast-paced, ever-changing, super-collaborative environment, where work will be iterative and priorities shifting in concert with your team, while producing deliverables to multiple supervisors?
If you answer an enthusiastic YES, please apply:
Girls Write Now Community Manager, Writing 360 Program [Full Time]
Working in concert with the Community Team, the Community Manager (Writing 360 focus) will lead Writing 360, Girls Write Now’s flagship writing and mentoring program. Key responsibilities include curriculum development, workshop production, program evaluation, staff management, pair management, and enrollment. Candidates must have experience working with youth, plus a comfortability in engaging and managing adults. The Community Manager will maintain the history and integrity of Girls Write Now’s programs while also contributing to its evolution and expansion.
Girls Write Now Community Manager, Writing Works Program [Full Time]
Working in concert with the Community Team, the Community Manager (Writing Works focus) will lead Writing Works, Girls Write Now’s unique college readiness and workforce development program that supports emerging teen writers and young adults on their academic and career pathways from high school to college and beyond. Key responsibilities include curriculum development, workshop production, program evaluation, staff management, pair management, and enrollment. Candidates must have experience working with youth, plus a comfortability in engaging and managing adults. The Community Manager will maintain the history and integrity of Girls Write Now’s programs while also contributing to its evolution and expansion.
Girls Write Now Marketing Director [Full Time]
Do you care deeply about the future of storytelling and want to make sure it’s in good hands? We’re seeking a savvy content strategist and marketing maven who is excited to grow the Girls Write Now brand to harness and leverage the original talent, content, ideas, and networks of the community. The Marketing Director will be charged with reshaping the organization’s branding and communications as we expand services beyond the award-winning mentoring programs we’re known for and invest new energy and resources into the growing community we serve. The ideal candidate is a top-notch writer with a strong artistic eye who is most fulfilled when managing a team of creatives to develop and execute social and content strategy. They are a strategic thinker, analytical researcher and problem solver who wants to help draft the road map, not just follow it. They are also comfortable fluctuating between a big-picture mindset and the detailed tasks that help us get there. They should have experience working with partners and stakeholders across verticals to help bring the vision to life in breakthrough, nimble and efficient ways.
It is Girls Write Now’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and to all applicants for employment regardless of their race, color, religion, national origin, disability (including victims of domestic violence), age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status or citizenship. This policy applies to all Girls Write Now activities including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, compensation, assignment, training, promotion, or any other characteristic protected by law.